Anudith Nakornthap

BANGKOK, 8 November 2013 Thailand is set to play host to 2 major events: Connect Asia-Pacific Summit and ITU Telecom World 2013, on November 18-22; with around 2.6 billion baht expected to change hands during the 5-day events. 
BANGKOK, 20 August 2013 The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology has just introduced a software called “i lert u”, aimed at providing emergency medical assistance on smart phones.

ICT Ministry opposes Line censorship

Wednesday, 14 August 2013 13:45
BANGKOK, Aug 14 – Thailand's Information and Communication Technology Ministry (ICT) has objected to an attempt by a police agency to interfere in the public's use of Line, a highly popular world communication application.

ICT enforcing strict measures on cyber crime

Thursday, 01 August 2013 16:57
BANGKOK, 1 August 2013 The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is stepping up strict measures against cybercrime, while revealing that 53 percent of online criminal offences reported in 2011-2012 were fraud-related. 
BANGKOK, July 28 - The video clip threatening to kill former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra was not produced by the al-Qaeda terrorist group as claimed in the video, said National Security Council Secretary-General Paradorn Pattanatabutr.

Computer crime Act to be revised

Friday, 19 July 2013 14:42
BANGKOK, 18 July 2013 The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology is keen on revising the computer crime act to enable officials to immediately take action against cybercrime. 
BANGKOK, May 8 - The official website of Thailand's Office of the Prime Minister was hacked today with the name and title of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra replaced with messages attacking the premier herself.
BANGKOK, May 8 – Thailand’s information and communication technology (ICT) minister has flatly ruled out an allegation that websites with slanderous attacks against the prime minister and her government were closed down.

ICT to block websites defaming PM

Monday, 06 May 2013 13:48
BANGKOK, 6 May 2013 The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) will quickly move to terminate websites whose contents are deemed to be defaming the Prime Minister or any individuals. 
BANGKOK, Jan 23 - Thailand's Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Ministry has set a goal to install free 300,000 WiFi service points nationwide in the second quarter of this year.
BANGKOK, Jan 11 – Thailand is pushing hard to become Southeast Asia’s hub of interactive entertainment given a surge in domestic game industry to a marketing value of Bt13 billion, a senior official said today.
The government’s free WiFi service will cover 80 percent of the country by May next year, according to the Information and Communications Technology Ministry (ICT).
The government’s free wifi service will cover 80 per cent of the country by May next year, according to the Information and Communications Technology Ministry (ICT).
BANGKOK, 31 August 2012  – The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has declared the free tablet PC distribution and the promotion of internet access as its major achievements. 
Bangkok, July 25 2012  – ICT will be holding “Bangkok International ICT Expo 2012” under the concept of “Smart Thailand toward AEC”. 
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012  - The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has insisted that the country’s participation in World IPv6 launch will not affect web services. 
BANGKOK, 16 April 2012 – The Minister of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has reassured the public that all areas across the country at risk of natural disasters will be alerted in an efficient and timely manner. 
BANGKOK, 9 April 2012 - Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has launched a CCTV project titled ‘Smart Eyes’, in collaboration with the Royal Thai Police, during the Songkran festival.
BANGKOK, 3 April 2012  – The Office of the Education Council (ONEC) has held the “National Children’s Book Day” to urge parents to encourage their children to read. 
BANGKOK, 3 April 2012  - Information and Communications Technology Ministry is to sign a purchase contract with the Chinese supplier in the government's "One Tablet Per Child" project to procure the first batch of the 900,000 devices on April 5. 
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